Do you believe it is possible to have a home ready in less than two months? Today we will show you a prefabricated house that took 45 days to complete. The project was developed by Map Out Professionals, who named it Casa 2020. The studio is already with its eyes on the UIA and the World Congress of Architects 2020.
Therefore, it was necessary that the residence was aligned to reduce its impacts on the environment. The highlights of this project are energy efficiency, the high quality of the materials, and the reduced execution time. It is the first studio to be set up and tested based on the designers building system.
If you are in doubt about the efficiency of such a construction, then know that choosing a prefabricated home has many advantages. In addition to the variety of designs, which can be customized and modified, the diversity of materials is also a plus point. Also, there are options of modules available in steel, wood, concrete, plastic materials and containers.
The villa is 65 square meters between two floors and was designed entirely by Map Out. In this house, you can find a bathroom, dining room, living room, kitchen, and bedroom. The other floor houses a studio and living room with views of the sky. The large windows allow for a high flow of natural light, making it more exciting and sustainable.
The interior of the prefabricated house reveals a very sober palette of colors that conveys tranquility. The highlights are the gray of the sofa, the white wall, and the natural wood. We conclude that nothing draws attention from the surrounding landscape. The environment is entirely connected with the exterior through the windows on the facade.
The garden is a fundamental part of this project and is divided into four terraces. It did the work of recovering surfaces for planting and horizontal utilization. One of the gardens is connected to the house by a patio that connects the environment with the interior. There is an excellent fluidity between the inside and the outside.
Opting for an open plan when space is reduced is always a great solution. On this floor, the living room, created as reading and music space, is connected to the kitchen and dining room. They have built an efficient, beautiful and welcoming unit with no exaggeration. The minimalist concept is also present in this environment.
In this space, the combination of the natural wood with the white texture of the walls predominates. The room features only one bed, a nightstand, and an armchair. The chair stands out for bringing brightness and a spot of light to the environment. Here also a large window continues connecting the interior with the exterior.
The backyard of the house showcases tiled floor which compliments the natural landscape. Apart from this, there is enough space to grow a beautiful garden in the area as well.
On the lower floor, a lounge or TV area can be created instantly by rolling down the blinds on the big window. The owner has used a flexible projector screen so that it does not take any additional space.
This view of the mezzanine showcases the exact design of the bedroom as well as the staircase which can be used to assess the area.
Without the blinds being rolled down the lower floor can be used as a formal living room which also has a beautiful fireplace. The highlight of this place are the two bright red armchairs.